Modeling robustness behavior using aspect-oriented modeling to support robustness testing of industrial systems

@article{Ali2011ModelingRB,
  title={Modeling robustness behavior using aspect-oriented modeling to support robustness testing of industrial systems},
  author={Shaukat Ali and Lionel C. Briand and Hadi Hemmati},
  journal={Software & Systems Modeling},
  year={2011},
  volume={11},
  pages={633-670}
}
Model-based robustness testing requires precise and complete behavioral, robustness modeling. For example, state machines can be used to model software behavior when hardware (e.g., sensors) breaks down and be fed to a tool to automate test case generation. But robustness behavior is a crosscutting behavior and, if modeled directly, often results in large, complex state machines. These in practice tend to be error prone and difficult to read and understand. As a result, modeling robustness… CONTINUE READING
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